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# He never selects someone to chair a committee without first evaluating their zodiac sign. an irate employee sets out to prove her manager wrong. she claims that if zodiac sign truly makes a difference in leadership, then a random sample of 200 ceo’s in our country would reveal a difference in zodiac sign distribution. she finds the following zodiac signs for her random sample of 200 ceo’s: births signs 23 aries 12 taurus 16 gemini 20 cancer 14 leo 16 virgo 15 libra 14 scorpio 20 sagittarius 11 capricorn 17 aquarius 22 pisces can she conclude that zodiac sign makes a difference in whether or not a person makes a good leader? hypotheses: h0: there is a difference/no difference in leadership ability based on zodiac sign. h1: there is a difference/no difference in leadership ability based on zodiac sign. enter the test statistic - round to 4 decimal places. enter the p-value - round to 4 decimal places. can it be concluded that there is a statistically significant difference in leadership ability based on zodiac sign? yes/no expert answer

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